Learn how you can share your AirTags or other Find My Network accessories with your friends and family members. They will be able to see its location from their iPhone, iPad, or Mac and not get alerted by unwanted tracking messages.
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Google’s upcoming app will notify Android users when an unknown personal item tracker, such as Apple’s AirTag, has been detected near them.
A new cross-platform solution for iPhone and Android should help prevent stalking of people via Bluetooth devices like Apple’s AirTag personal item tracker.
The updated AirTag firmware bumps the version number to 2.0.36, bringing fixes for the built-in accelerometer sensor found inside Apple's coin-sized item tracker.
The software powering Apple's AirTag has been refreshed. Learn what's new in AirTag firmware v.2.0.24 and how to install it on your personal item tracker.
Learn the meaning of all the AirTag sounds your shiny personal tracker can make, from setup to locating it with Find My to critical warnings and more.
Learn how to update your AirTag to the most recent firmware in order to get the latest features and fixes, plus how to check its firmware version and see what's new.
By themselves, the AirTag item tracking accessory seems like a pretty stable device. It does what it's supposed to do pretty well, after all. But the feature that is directly associated with it, Apple's Find My network, seems to be going through a rough growth spurt as of late.
Apple's handy Batteries widget doesn't support the AirTag, but you can follow these simple steps to check the current battery charge of your AirTag at any time.
The new tracking sound features a more prominent tone pattern that should help you more easily locate an unknown AirTag that has been found moving with you.
Apple is now rolling out an updated AirTag firmware but has yet to provide release notes about the update itself so it's unclear for the time being what's new or fixed.
Ever since the launch of the item tracking accessory AirTag, Apple has been working to tweak the device's software features to make it so it's harder to stalk people, or things, that don't actually belong to that person. And that continues with iOS 15.4.